Why is Jerry Lewis in this week's Top Ten videos? Find out here!
Top Ten: July 24, 1956
What is David Letterman doing on our Grooveyard Top Ten? Hint: This isn't his Top Ten list.
Top Ten: July 10, 1957
Live performances plus a couple of fun montages highlight this week's video Top Ten.
Top Ten: May 29, 1957
Professor Chuck Berry keeps us in school, while Pat Boone is writing love letters in the sand in tonight's Top Ten.
Twelve Days of Greats 2020: No. 96
Short and ugly, with two teeth and cockeyed, but the subject of a huge hit. We unwrap another great hit here...
1956 – The Results
There were multiple upsets in this year's survey for the best songs of 1956.
1958 – The Results
Results of the Great 88 first-round survey for the top songs of 1958.
Top Ten: September 19, 1956
Here's the Grooveyard Top Ten for September 19, 1956 as played tonight by Alan Seltzer on "The Grooveyard": #10 "It's Too Late" by Chuck Willis #9 "The Flying Saucer (Pt 1 and 2)" by Buchanan and Goodman #8 "Rip It Up" by Little Richard Did you vote yet? #7 "Let the Good Times Roll" by... Continue Reading →
Top Ten: June 27, 1957
Here's the Grooveyard Top Ten for June 27, 1957 as played tonight by Alan Seltzer on "The Grooveyard": #10 "All Shook Up" by Elvis Presley #9 "It's You I Love" by Fats Domino #8 "Searchin'' " by The Coasters #7 "Sp Rare" by Jimmy Dorsey #6 "Lucille" by Little Richard Support Public Radio! #5 "... Continue Reading →
Music in the 50’s: Covered by Buddy
Retro Dee writes about music, fashion and other trends of the 1950s on this site. Check out her blog, Retro Dee's Guide to the Best Era Ever here, and her column here every Wednesday. In the early days of Rock n Roll, it was common to for artists to do covers of other artists songs.... Continue Reading →